My word: From Herzl to the Zionists' dogs - The Jerusalem Post mobile website

The anniversary of the First Zionist Congress has produced much pontification on what the Zionist visionary would have made of today's State of the Jews. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. My word: From Herzl to the Zionists' dogs. THE FAMOUS image ...

Banks: Achilles Heel of the Israel-Boycott Movement? - Middle East Forum

Originally published under the title "Follow the Money: The Israel-Boycott Movement and Its Accomplices." Comerica joins banking giants BNP Paribas , Bank für Sozialwirtschaft, and the Bank of Ireland in having closed accounts belonging to BDS ...

A freshman guide to being Jewish on campus - Canadian Jewish News (blog)

First-year university students who have been steeling themselves to face disruptive protests, aggressive die-ins and “apartheid walls” erected on leafy campuses, probably don't need to worry, according to those familiar with campus life. “There's not ...

Palestinians vie with Israel over Muslim pilgrims to Jerusalem - Ynetnews

Out of some 115,000 Muslim tourists who arrived in Israel in 2016, 100,000 of them came from Turkey. With Israeli hotels enjoying most of the profits from these tourists, the PA has launched a campaign to introduce Muslim tourists to Palestinian hotels.

The Basel Conference — 120 Years Later - Algemeiner

One hundred and twenty years ago, on September 3, 1897, a Viennese journalist named Theodor Herzl wrote in his diary: “In Basel I founded the Jewish state.” He then added a curious note: “If I were to say this out loud today, everybody would laugh at me.

“If six million people were walking around saying that they were 'chosen,' you would want to kill them, too.” - Tablet Magazine

A few months ago, I was shocked to hear these words from a fellow Brown University student. With a remarkable degree of ignorance about the history of the Holocaust and Jewish theology, he suggested that the Jews are so repulsive that we brought the ...

Messianic Jews Cannot Be Married as Jews in Israel, Rabbinical Court Rules - Haaretz

An Israeli couple who are Messianic Jews cannot marry in a traditional Jewish religious ceremony in Israel because they are considered converts to Christianity, a rabbinical court ruled on Tuesday. It was the first time a rabbinical court had to deal ...

Friday September 1, 2017 - Israel Hayom

In June 1895, Theodor Herzl began obsessively searching for a solution to the so-called "Jewish problem," which refers to both the phenomenon of anti-Semitism and the place of Jews in European society. Once the idea emerged from the abyss of his soul ...

Thursday August 31, 2017 - Israel Hayom

New data shows Jerusalem has the highest concentration of Muslims, making up 36.2% of city's residents and 21% of its general population • Muslims make up 17.7% of Israel's population • Sector is also relatively young, with around 35% under the age of 15.